1924 Pierce-Arrow Model 33
For more than three decades, the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car of Buffalo New York, was among the most respected and renowned automakers in america. The rich gray tones of the limo has been the beneficiary of a full-bodied restoration by Eric Roseneu, a long-time Pierce Arrow restorer. The body was rewooded and correctly modified. The wheels were respoked and increased to 25 inch diameter. The inline 6-cylinder, T-head engine was rebuilt. The front seat is in lea..
1953 Jaguar XK 120 Drophead Coupe
The Earl’s Court Motor Show in 1948 debuted the XK120 and created a sensation! Originally the car was conceived as a low volume care but was destined to become one of the most celebrated sports cars of all times, thus 12,000 were produced from 1948-54.
Sir Williams Lyons designed the elegant curves and called it the XK Model suggesting a 120 mph top speed. Powered by a 3.4 Liter 6-cylinder engine with 160 HP, the XK was the fastest produ..
Only 1285 of these care were built. Cadillac broke a production record for the year, which was good after the 59 steel strike! This sleek body with the distinctive fins is a factory black car, meaning it is all original.
This Barritz model has factory air conditioning, a parade boot, power windows and seats, power vent windows and classic wheels.
A car worthy of its name, This only survivor of the make has a history that mazes all! Edward V. Rickenbaker drove early Dusenberg race cars, was a teammate of the great Barney Oldfield, entered WWI and proceeded to become the top flying ace with 26 confirmed kills. He returned home as a celebrity, wrote a book, appeared in the society pages, and decided why not build a car? In business with a group of Detroit car veterans, Rickenbaker became the sales promoter but saw to it that the car had ..